Dressing for a summer wedding is easy peasy, winter weddings - not so much. The celebration usually starts around midday and you'll probably glide (fall) in to your cab around midnight. Obviously the most important thing is to look like the most stylish person in the room, apart from the bride obvs, here is how to do it...

We all have days where we need to wear something that screams “I mean biznez” which is why a suit is a useful thing to own, in terms of career progression and looking like a boss.

Worn in wedding environment it has the reverse impact - nothing says nonchalant like swaggering in to a wedding wearing a suit (obvs not if you're a man because then it's just obvious and boring).

While everyone else is being predictable AF and busting out their fascinators (yawn) and wrap dresses (double yawn), you will feel beyond chic sauntering in wearing this.



Add a coloured or printed blouse to liven it up and a super long trouser with a HIGH heel will make your legs Gigi-esque faster than you can say “er, can I get a pay rise?”.

Faux fur and animal print style are timeless, classic and well worth adding to your beloved coat family.

It also makes you immediately look like an old school Hollywood movie star, or Kate Moss circa 1996 which we are SO down with.

This makes an ideal cover up for a smart party-ish occasion like a wedding but is equally good day to day worn over your favourite grey tracksuit with big sunglasses.

Some jumpsuits can feel super casual, so the trick is how you style them. For smarter occasions wear more utilitarian versions (denim/linen/cotton) with majorly OTT accessories and really glitzy jewellery so that the focus is on your earrings/necklace/handbag and your outfit is more like a blank canvas for the other things.

More luxe fabrics like crepe, silk, velvet will be easier to style as they instantly feel more dressy. A jumpsuit is a year-round staple: layer with a fine roll neck for wintery day time combos (we love Uniqlo for these) or add a flat strappy gladiator for balmy summer days (remember those? Eye roll).

Shoe-wise, a jumpsuit works well with a heel or a flat, a brogue is a great wedding guest shoe choice as there's a lot of standing around watching in-love people make out with each other.

Every woman should have: a pair of jeans that fit even when you’re in the middle of your period, a secret bar of chocolate that you’ve hidden from yourself, and a fail-safe LBD.

This one is especially great for a winter party because even though it’s short the velvet will keep you cosier.

Blame it on the royal family but velvet was seriously big in the 80s, buy retro styles for amazing quality and shapes they are very 'now'.

Style hack: If the velvet has gone a bit flat or squashed down in parts, boil a kettle and hold the velvet about an inch from the steam and then fluff up with your fingers.

Wearing one of your summer dresses in the colder months is an easy way to extend the life of your favourite fashion pieces.

The trick? Wearing secret skimpy layers, like a classic granny style thermal vest, tights with a thicker band around the midriff (like our favourite Heist tights) and, obviously, a cosy AF coat to top it all off.

So when you're heading from the church to the point where you can start downing Champagne (hallelujah!) a huge faux fur mega coat will leave even the coldest heart warm as freshly cooked toast.

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